China Ports network
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Members of the China Ports network

 

The network consists of academics and practitioners involved in a wide range of activities related to Chinese ports including:

  • China's treaty port history
  • the heritage management and infrastructure of ports and port cities
  • the preservation of underwater cultural heritage in China
  • the legacies of coastal China in the history of transnational immigration, travel and trade.

University of Nottingham members

Faith Chan
Geographical Sciences, Ningbo

Eugene Ch’ng
NVIDIA Technology Centre, Ningbo

Ting Chang
Art History, Nottingham

Jon Henderson
Archaeology, Nottingham

Julian Henderson
Archaeology, Nottingham

Kulwant Pawar
Nottingham Business School, Nottingham

Gethin Roberts
Engineering, Nottingham

Andrew Sowter
Engineering, Nottingham

Jeremy E. Taylor
History, Nottingham

China-based members

Jiang Bo
Archaeology, CASS

John Carroll
History, University of Hong Kong

Libby Chan
Hong Kong Maritime Museum

Selina Ching Chan
Contemporary China Research Center, Hong Kong Shue Yan University 

Nie Dening
International Relations, Xiamen University

Li Jing
National Underwater Cultural Heritage Preservation Centre, Wuhan

Marco Li
Hong Kong Underwater Heritage Group 

Benjamin MacLeod
Urban Designer, Farrells

Richard Wesley
Director, HKMM

Feng Yi
Director, Port Museum of China, Ningbo

Members at other institutions

Ian Baxter
Confucius Institute for Business & Communication, Heriot-Watt University 

Robert Bickers
History, University of Bristol

Victoria Cooper
Royal HaskoningDHV

Antony Firth
Archaeology, Fjordr Ltd 

Isabella Jackson
History, Trinity College Dublin

Andrew Law
Town Planning, Newcastle University

Toby Lincoln
History, University of Leicester

Suyu Liu
UNESCO 

Maurizio Marinelli
History, University of Sussex

Christopher Pater
Head of Marine Planning (Planning Group), Historic England  

Dongping Song
Management School, Liverpool University

Hans van de Van
History, University of Cambridge

Shirley Ye
History, University of Birmingham

Minghua Zhao
Maritime Science & Engineering, Southampton Solent University

 

 

Ian Baxter

Confucius Institute for Business & Communication, Heriot-Watt University 

Ian Baxter is Director of the Scottish Confucius Institute for Business & Communication at Heriot-Watt University, which has an activity stream focused on management of heritage and tourism and is supporting collaboration between the UK and China. He also continues to hold the role of Professor of Historic Environment Management at the University of Suffolk, where he was previously head of the Business School. 

He originally trained as an archaeologist at Edinburgh University, and completed a PhD at the University of Cambridge investigating strategic management within heritage and conservation organisations. He is a Board Director of The Heritage Alliance and the Built Environment Forum Scotland – the national representative bodies for heritage NGOs in England and Scotland.

He splits his time between Edinburgh and Cambridge, and tweets @ibheritage 

 

Robert Bickers

History, University of Bristol

Writer and historian, author of Out of China: How the Chinese ended the era of foreign domination (Allen Lane), Empire Made Me: An Englishman Adrift in Shanghai (Penguin) and The Scramble for China: Foreign devils in the Qing empire, 1832-1914 (Penguin).

Robert Bickers was born in Wiltshire, and lived on Royal Air Force bases across England, in Germany and in Hong Kong. He studied in London, and held fellowships in Oxford and Cambridge before taking up a post at the University of Bristol in 1997, where he is now a Professor of History. 

University of Bristol profile

robert.bickers@bristol.ac.uk

 

Jiang Bo

Archaeology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

 

John Carroll

History, University of Hong Kong

Raised and educated in Taiwan and Hong Kong, John Carroll is the author of Edge of Empires: Chinese Elites and British Colonials in Hong Kong (Harvard University Press, 2005/Hong Kong University Press, 2007) and A Concise History of Hong Kong (Rowman and Littlefield, 2007/Hong Kong University Press, 2007; Chinese translation: Chung Hwa Book Company, 2013), and co-editor of the four-volume Critical Readings on the Modern History of Hong Kong (Brill, 2015). He has also published articles in journals such as Modern Asian Studies, Twentieth-Century China, and China Information. Carroll's research interests include the history of Hong Kong and encounters between China and the West. He is currently completing a book on the British in Canton (Guangzhou) before the Opium War (1839-1842), tentatively entitled Canton Days, and will soon begin a new book project on tourism in post-1949 Hong Kong.

Contact

Professor John M. Carroll, Department of History, Associate Dean, Faculty of Arts, University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam, Hong Kong

 

Eugene Ch’ng

NVIDIA Technology Centre, University of Nottingham, China

Professor Eugene Ch’ng is Director of the NVIDIA Joint-Lab on Mixed Reality, a NVIDIA Technology Centre at the University of Nottingham’s China campus. Prof. Ch’ng is also an associate editor for MIT Press’ Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments. He graduated with a best PhD award from the Electronics, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Birmingham in 2007. He has been invited twice to present research at the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition, and was an organiser and speaker at the Royal Society Theo Murphy Scientific meeting in 2017. His current research is in the development and application of cutting-edge Mixed Reality technology, investigating individual user and crowd behaviour at the interface between humans and machines (Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence), which includes social media analytics. The foundation from which he conducts investigation within his research is data. He develops and applies data-mining, computational modelling and machine learning approaches on a wide range of datasets. His interdisciplinary work explores Mixed Reality technology in digital heritage and culture, exploring and understanding how social and individual interaction occurs around cultural objects and within heritage environments. He was awarded the Ningbo Municipal Individual 3315 Talent award in 2015. 

Contact

Director, NVIDIA Joint Lab on Mixed Reality, NVIDIA Technology Centre, University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China 

eugene.chng@nottingham.edu.cn 

 

Faith Chan

School of Geographical Sciences, University of Nottingham, Ningbo

Dr Faith Ka Shun Chan is an Assistant Professor at the University of Nottingham, Ningbo campus, China. He currently conducts research on international water management practices, with a particularly focus on flood risk management in East Asian mega-deltas and coastal megacities. He has worked as a teaching associate in the School of Geography at the University of Leeds, was a chair of the water@leeds postgraduate forum. He is still a visiting research fellow with Water@Leeds research centre at University of Leeds. He has a strong research and teaching interests on inter-disciplinary aspects on environmental management across physical and human geography, in particular on issues related to sustainable water resources management. He has worked with the United Nations and University of Bonn on sustainable dryland environmental management in Uzbekistan funded by UNSECO. Currently, he is based in Ningbo, China during teaching term time, and aims to work further on projects concerning flood risk management, water resources management, and climate change adaptations in Asia and the Pacific region. 

faith.chan@nottingham.edu.cn

 

Libby Chan

Hong Kong Maritime Museum 

Dr. Libby Chan is currently Assistant Director (Curatorial and Collections) at the Hong Kong Maritime Museum where she oversees the Museum’s curatorial and education departments, museum service, and responsible for exhibition and collections development.

Before joining HKMM, she was Senior Curator (China) at the Asian Civilisations Museum, National Heritage Board of Singapore, with particular oversight of the Chinese collection and the China gallery revamp project. Previously, she was Research Associate and Curator at the Art Museum, Institute of Chinese Studies and lectured at the Department of Fine Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. She also served as J. S. Lee Memorial Curatorial Fellow at the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler, Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC and Curatorial Consultant at the San Antonio Museum of Art in Texas.

Her Research interests include underwater and land archaeology, Chinese export and decorative arts, cross-regional studies on material and cultural exchanges and trades between East and West, Maritime Silk Roads topics, as well as Hong Kong and Pearl River Delta history and maritime heritage.

She has authored numerous catalogues and articles on Chinese art exhibitions, archaeology and museum studies, such as authored The Silver Age: Origins and Trade of Chinese Export Silver (2017), 5,000 Years of Chinese Jade: Featuring Selections from the National Museum of History, Taipei and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution (2011) and co-authoredSecrets of the Fallen Pagoda: the Famen Temple (2014). 

陳麗碧 

陳麗碧博士現為香港海事博物館副總監,主要負責策展及教育及公眾項目部、博物館服務、展覽策劃及館藏研究。前為新加坡亞洲文明博物館高級館長,負責策劃重組中國展館及管理中國藏品。她曾於香港中文大學中國文化研究所文物館擔任副研究員、藝術系兼任講師,亦曾任美國華盛頓史密森博物學院轄下弗利爾暨賽克勒美術館的利榮森紀念訪問學人(展覽策劃)、得克薩斯州聖安東尼奧美術館策展顧問。研究興趣和專長包括水下及陸上考古、中國禮儀及外銷藝術、中外物質文化交流和貿易之跨地域研究、海上絲路議題、以及香港與珠三角的歷史和文化遺產等。出版著作包括《白銀時代:中國外銷銀器之來歷與貿易》(2017)、《中國玉器五千年:國立歷史博物館及史密森博物學院賽克勒美術館藏品展》(2011年)、聯合撰寫《盛世遺珍:法門寺與大唐文化瑰寶》(2014年),並在國內外出版論文多篇。

 

 

Selina Ching Chan

Contemporary China Research Center, Hong Kong Shue Yan University 

Professor Selina Ching Chan is Director of the University Research, Professor of Sociology, and Associate Director of the Contemporary China Research Center at Hong Kong Shue Yan University.  She is an anthropologist who has conducted fieldwork in different Chinese communities in Hong Kong, Taiwan, China and Singapore.  Her latest research is on the heritagization of the Chaozhou Hungry Ghosts Festival in Hong Kong where she uncovers how the performance of the festival is related to livelihood of the coolies at the port, memories of the migrant community and local disasters.  Her general research interests include: collective memories and cultural heritage, religion, tourism and identities, as well as family and kinship.  

Contact

http://fs3.hksyu.edu/~scchan/ 

eugene.chng@nottingham.edu.cn 

 

Ting Chang

Art History, University of Nottingham, UK

Dr Ting Chang is a specialist of nineteenth-century French painting, collecting, and museum history. Her book Travel, Collecting, and Museums of Asian Art in Nineteenth-Century Paris appeared in 2013. She is currently at work on the history of European sinology, using the Frenchman Henri Cordier (1849-1926) as a point of departure. A peer-reviewed article on Cordier will appear in a special issue titled “Cultural Exchange and Creative Identity: France/Asia in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries” in the journal L’Esprit Créateur in autumn 2016. 

Ting Chang also examines China in the visual culture of Britain in the nineteenth century. She investigates different representational forms including stage design, popular prints and illustrations, photography, the diorama and the panorama. One among many objects of analysis is an optical device called the Egyptian Hall Peepshow (ca. 1859), made in connection with Albert Smith’s live performances of his voyage to China at the Egyptian Hall in London. It was one of many by an international group of image-makers that contributed to the construction of China in spoken and illustrated forms. This work expands her research on the complex meeting of East and West today.

Contact

 

Nie Dening

International Relations, Xiamen University

 

Victoria Cooper

Senior Marine Heritage Consultant, Royal HaskoningDHV, Amersfoort, Netherland 

Victoria Cooper is Senior Marine Heritage Consultant at Royal HaskoningDHV, an independent international engineering and project management consultancy leading the way in sustainable development and innovation.

She has considerable experience of providing marine heritage services to a variety of development sectors focusing on the provision of advice regarding the prevention of impacts to archaeology and the historic environment within coastal, intertidal and marine environments. She has been a key author on industry guidance documents and currently sits on an advisory panel working with the CIfA, IHBFC and IEMA to develop industry guidance on cultural heritage impact assessment. She is also the current chair of the CIfA Marine Archaeology Special Interest Group. A key area of her expertise is the management of cultural heritage within ports and harbours, with respect to both UK focused and international development. 

victoria.cooper@rhdhv.com

 

Antony Firth

Archaeology, Fjordr Ltd 

Dr Antony Firth is an archaeologist specialising in marine, coastal and freshwater environments. He is the Director of Fjordr Ltd., which is a small consultancy providing advice, guidance and research for national heritage agencies and NGOs.

Antony has specific expertise in law and policy relating to underwater cultural heritage in both domestic and international contexts, including the application of the UNESCO Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage 2001.

Antony became involved in marine archaeology initially as a volunteer diver and subsequently as a commercially-qualified diving archaeologist and diving supervisor. Between 1996 to 2011 he worked in contract archaeology, building one of the most capable specialist teams in this sector anywhere in the world. During this time, Antony worked closely with a range of marine developers in the ports, dredging and offshore renewables sectors. He was the principal advisor on marine archaeology for several major port developments in the UK, including DP World London Gateway. Recently, Antony has been examining the wider social and economic benefits of maritime heritage and the potential that greater appreciation of the maritime past might play in achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. 

Contact

www.fjordr.com

ajfirth@fjordr.com 

 

Jon Henderson

Archaeology, University of Nottingham, UK

Dr Jon Henderson is an underwater archaeologist with specific research interests in submerged settlements and the development of innovative underwater archaeology survey techniques. He has extensive experience of directing underwater projects involving monitoring, survey and excavation and has supervised and directed projects in the UK, Poland, Greece, Italy, Malaysia and Jamaica. He is the Director of the Underwater Archaeology Research Centre at the University of Nottingham. He is currently the British Director of the Pavlopetri Underwater Archaeology Project which is investigating the oldest submerged port town in the world through detailed digital underwater archaeological survey and targeted underwater excavation. In 2015 he began a project carrying out a stereo-photogrammetric survey of the infamous 17th century English port of Port Royal, Jamaica, to support the Jamaican government’s application for World Heritage Status. An invitation to lecture in China came from UNESCO and in 2015 he became a Member of UK National Commission for UNESCO expert network. Dr. Henderson is currently the Academic Lead for Maritime Archaeology and Ports for the University of Nottingham China Cultural Visiting Hub. He is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Archaeologists and sits on the National Executive of the Nautical Archaeology Society.

Contact

 

Julian Henderson

Archaeology, University of Nottingham, UK

 

Isabella Jackson

History, Trinity College Dublin

Dr Isabella Jackson is Assistant Professor in Chinese History at Trinity College Dublin, where she is based in both the Department of History and the Trinity Centre for Asian Studies. Her research focuses on the history of colonialism in China and the global and regional networks that shaped its treaty ports, and she recently co-edited (with Robert Bickers) a volume on Treaty Ports in Modern China: Law, Land and Power (London: Routledge, 2016). Before taking up her current position, she was a Departmental Lecturer at the University of Oxford and then the Helen Bruce Lecturer in Modern East Asian History at the University of Aberdeen. She is preparing a monograph, provisionally entitled Shanghai: Transnational Colonialism in China’s Global City, examining how the Shanghai Municipal Council governed the International Settlement of China’s most important and diverse port city.

Contact

Dr Isabella Jackson, Assistant Professor in Chinese History, Department of History, Trinity College Dublin, University of Dublin, Dublin 2, Ireland

 

Li Jing

National Underwater Cultural Heritage Preservation Centre, Wuhan

 

Andrew Law

Senior lecturer in Town Planning, Newcastle University 

Dr Andrew Law is a sociologist who has spent his career investigating the way sociological concepts and ideas can be applied to architecture, planning and the built environment more generally. Within these investigations, Andrew has 4 main research interests:

  • The use and abuse of history and the politics of history in the construction of social, cultural, political and built landscape based identities.
  • Historical ideas, historical imaginaries, historical simulacra, plastic history and nostalgia within social, cultural and political movements.
  • Historical ideas, historical imaginaries, historical simulacra, plastic history and nostalgia within architectural, town planning and urban conservation based movements.
  • The philosophy, sociology and politics of tangible and intangible based heritage within the built and natural environment. 

In the last 8 years, Andrew has conducted a great deal of research on the role of historical imaginaries and built heritage in China; this has included a project on Hankou Merchant Port Nostalgia in the city of Wuhan and an ongoing investigation into the utilisation of history and heritage in Xi’an for the purposes of economic and political development.  He has also recently hosted on a conference at Newcastle University on the Yangtze River and its water heritage and has a forthcoming publication related to the subject. 

 

Marco Li

Hong Kong Underwater Heritage Group 

HKUHG's aim is to implement research and promote the value and preservation of Hong Kong’s underwater heritage. Hong Kong’s history and many of its people have strong links to the sea, and this connection can be found in some of the underwater heritage sites and their histories. As part of the project, we have compiled a interactive underwater heritage database through analysing existing databases and gaining contributions from people in Hong Kong. Surveys will continuously be implemented on some of the sites and all the results will be published with due credit to those who have helped us. The project will also include the documentation of histories and folklores passed down through the generations, to be conveyed through our website, brochures and publication. 

Contact

 www.hkuhgroup.com 

hkuhgroup@googlemail.com

 

Yuan Li

China Centre (Maritime), Southampton Solent University

Yuan is a PhD researcher. She previously worked as a lecturer in the shipping law school at the East China University of Political Science and Law in Shanghai, and in 2012, she was visiting researcher at the Centre for Maritime Studies, National University of Singapore.

Yuan studied law and maritime in China, Germany and the UK and gained her LLB from East China University of Political Science and Law, and her LLM from the University of Frankfurt, Germany. She also studied maritime at the University of Greenwich in 2014-2015.

Yuan is currently working on her doctorate thesis which analyses the first Chinese maritime law in the Yuan and Song Dynasties (960-1368AD) and its impact and implications. Her research area covers international law, maritime law and policy, and (maritime) legal history. 

Contact

yuan.li@solent.ac.uk 

 

Toby Lincoln

History, University of Leicester

Toby Lincoln is lecturer in Chinese urban history at the University of Leicester. He has just been granted an AHRC Early Career Leadership Fellowship for a project entitled " Postwar Urban Reconstruction in China, 1938 - 1958." He is also working on a summary of Chinese urbanization from its origins to the present, which is under contract with Cambridge University Press as part of its New Approaches to Asian History Series.

He is author of among other things. Urbanizing China in War and Peace: the Case of Wuxi County. (University of Hawaii Press, 2015).

 

Suyu Liu

UNESCO

Dr Suyu Liu is an interdiscriplinary researcher with a range of expertise. Currently Dr Suyu Liu is a Junior Professional Officer in the Social and Human Scientific Sector of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO). He is interested in the connection of cultural site management and social policy& wellbeing. He has presented in several academic and professional events. 

 

Benjamin MacLeod

Urban Designer, Farrells

Ben MacLeod is an urban designer at the Hong Kong office of Farrells, an architecture and planning practice. He previously worked as a Planning Assistant at Griffiths-Muecke Associates and as a Research Assistant at the Chinese University of Hong Kong’s School of Architecture. His interests include transportation and infrastructure, urban heritage and identity, land use planning, and Hong Kong history. He recently convened the Halifax Light Rail Alliance, a transport concern group in Canada, and conceived the Nam Tong land strategy in Hong Kong.

Contact

Farrells, Suite 1301, 625 King’s Road, North Point, Hong Kong

benjamin.macleod@farrells.com.hk

 

Maurizio Marinelli

History, University of Sussex

Dr Maurizio Marinelli joined Sussex University in September 2013 as a Senior Lecturer in East Asian History and then became Co-Director of the Asia Centre, after leaving Australia where he was Professor of Chinese Studies and Director of the China Research Centre at the University of Technology Sydney. During his career, he also taught East Asian studies in Italy, China, and the United States. Between 2005 and 2010, he was Senior Lecturer in East Asian studies and Director of the Worldwide University Network-China at the University of Bristol. In 2008, when he was at Bristol, he and his colleagues Robert Bickers and Nicola Cooper were awarded an ESRC grant for the 3 year project “Colonialism in comparative perspective: Tianjin under nine flags, 1860-1949” (£660,000). From May 2016 he will be a Visiting Senior Research Associate at the Institute for Global Prosperity, The Bartlett, University College of London. 

Director of Sussex China Exchange; Co-Director of Sussex Asian Studies Centre; Senior Lecturer in East Asian History, HAHP

Contact

Dr Maurizio Marinelli , Arts 164, University of SussexFalmer, Brighton BN1 9SL

 

Kulwant Pawar

Nottingham Business School

Professor Pawar holds a chair in Operations Management at the University of Nottingham UK and China and is the Director of the Centre for Concurrent Enterprise. His research interests include managing new product design and development, managing design teams in a distributed global context, analysis and configurations of logistics and supply chain networks and operations in different contexts, sectors in Europe, China and India. He has published over 300 papers, including articles in leading international journals such as the International Journal of Operations and Production Management, International Journal of Production Economics, R&D Management, Technovation, Concurrent Engineering and Manufacturing Technology Management. He was Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Logistics: Research & Application (2002-2007) and is a member of editorial boards of several journals. Professor Pawar has been involved in more than thirty funded research projects and has coordinated and managed a number of national, European and international projects and networks. He is the founder and Chairman of the International Symposium on Logistics (www.ISL21.org), and co-organiser of the International Conference on Concurrent Enterprising (ICE). He sits on several international professional committees, boards and is an expert reviewer, evaluator and consultant to the European Commission.

Contact

 

Gethin Roberts

Engineering, University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China

 

Dongping Song

Management School, Liverpool University

Professor Song has research interests in maritime transport and logistics; port competition; terminal operations; risk and disruption management; manufacturing logistics; supply chain management. He has managed several research projects in China, two EPSRC projects, and one EU project. He has developed expertise in applying mathematical modelling techniques and simulation-based tools to manufacturing and transport logistics problems, particularly in the area of container shipping supply chain. The research objective is to advance the knowledge and assist industries to improve management considering economic, environmental and societal performance. He has had papers published in journals including IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, Transportation Research Part B/E/D, European Journal of Operational Research, International Journal of Production Research, Naval Research Logistics, Maritime Policy and Management, Maritime Economics and Logistics. At present, he is involved in an EU project "EC-China Research Network on Integrated Container Supply Chains".

Contact

Prof Dongping Song, Chair of Supply Chain Management, School of Management, University of Liverpool, Chatham Street, Liverpool L69 7ZH UK

 

Andrew Sowter

Engineering, University of Nottingham, UK

 

Jeremy E. Taylor

History, University of Nottingham, UK

Dr Taylor works on the cultural and social history of the Chinese-speaking world, and East and Southeast Asia more generally, with research ranging from Republican Chinese personality cults to the treaty ports of East Asia. His work has been funded by the AHRC, the British Academy, the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation and the European Research Council. His work has published been leading history and Area Studies journals. He is currently running a 1.8 million euro project with ERC funding entitled ‘Cultures of Occupation in 20th century Asia (COTCA)'.

 

Hans van de Van

History, University of Cambridge

 

Richard Wesley

Director, Hong Kong Maritime Museum

 

Shirley Ye

History, University of Birmingham

 

Feng Yi

Director, Port Museum of China, Ningbo

 

Minghua Zhao

Maritime Science & Engineering, Southampton Solent University

Minghua Zhao is Director of China Centre (Maritime) (CCM), a maritime research centre at School of Maritime Science and Engineering, Southampton Solent University launched in September 2015 at International Maritime Organisation, London. Before this appointment, her employment experiences included: Deputy Director, Greenwich Maritime Institute, University of Greenwich (2004-2015), Deputy Director, Seafarers International Research Centre, Cardiff University (1998-2004); Research associate with Women Studies Program, University of Hawaii (1995-1998), USA. .She studied in the UK (PhD, Bristol), the US (MSc, Connecticut) and China (MA & BA, Henan).  Minghua is an established maritime social scientist with excellent international reputation in research areas concerning maritime labour and gender issues, in both shipping and fisheries, with specialist interest and expertise in China/Asia and EU. The China Centre (Maritime) she leads aims to use its academic excellence, its expertise in Chinese maritime affairs and its links with the Chinese, British and worldwide maritime communities, to act as a bridge, bringing countries closer, especially in maritime-related affairs. The Centre promotes maritime education, research, consultancy and other activities concerning the role of China as a major maritime nation in the 21st century. The CCM provides a focus for study in a variety of maritime activities in which China is prominently involved, and a forum for discussion and debate concerning China's rise as a maritime power in the 21st century (http://www.solent.ac.uk/research/china-centre/china-centre.aspx). She is working on a project which examines China’s ambitious global ports development and the securities issues involved. For more details, see http://www.solent.ac.uk/research/china-centre/meet-the-team.aspx.

Contact

Dr. Minghua Zhao, Director, China Centre (Maritime), School of Maritime Science and Engineering, Southampton,Solent University, East Park Terrace, Southampton SO14 0YN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

China Ports: History, Heritage and Development

The University of Nottingham
Department of History
Nottingham, NG7 2RD


telephone: +44 (0) 115 74 84476
email:Jeremy.Taylor@nottingham.ac.uk